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Arizona Federal Credit Union fees compared to Ally Bank fees to compare the fee schedules

If you want to know more about why Ally Bank is a smarter choice than AZFCU.org, see this link: https://arizonafederalcreditunionmembers.wordpress.com/2014/10/20/how-do-other-banks-and-credit-unions-compare-to-az-fcu-with-10000-in-your-share-savings-account-move-your-money Fee schedule comparison of Ally Bank vs Arizona FCU Ally Bank Arizona FCU Rates paid on your savings 0.90% is … Continue reading

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Arizona Federal Credit Union competitors with Arizona branch locations. How do those other credit unions feel about their members?

Some of our supporters did an analysis comparing the statements of how competing credit unions feel about their members. While Arizona FCU looks down on its members, most other credit unions show an appreciation for their member-owners. See this link … Continue reading

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Why is the $3 monthly weasel fee, which encourages the poor and young to leave Arizona FCU, a foolish short-sighted decision?

Why is the $3 monthly weasel fee, which encourages the poor and young to leave Arizona FCU, a foolish, short-sighted decision? 1 It is not ethically right, because it is intentionally discriminatory to the young and poor. 2 It is … Continue reading

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The main issue is the unavoidable monthly $3 fee, which must be eliminated

People do not care so much if the financial institution where they keep their money is a bank, a credit union, or a savings and loan association.  People do not care so much about the distinctions or definitions of what … Continue reading

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In 2003, Ron Westad spoke about his personal values and beliefs. “It wasn’t a matter of how much could we make or how much could we charge members.”

In 2003, 10 years before the unavoidable $3 monthly weasel fee took effect, Ron Westad spoke about his personal values and beliefs. “It wasn’t a matter of how much could we make or how much could we charge members.” When … Continue reading

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Arizona Federal Credit Union fees and rates are extremely uncompetitive. Arizona FCU is not a smarter choice.

Arizona Federal Credit Union pays extremely low, uncompetitive rates on its share savings account, only 0.01%. Once you factor in the unavoidable $3 monthly weasel fees, which come to $36 in yearly fees, you could suffer a huge negative return. … Continue reading

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Arizona Federal’s performance the last 6 years has been terrible compared to the competition! Click green Excel icon to download, or lower right folder icon to view full size

Total assets are down 28% from year end 2007 to year end 2012. Yet unavoidable weasel fees are up from $0 per year in 2012 to $36 per year as of January 1, 2013. Why are members paying more but … Continue reading

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